Whiskey Row Denver ,Country music legend Dierks Bentley opened up his new bar and restaurant in Colorado.
Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row fifth restaurant in Denver was opened on New Year’s Eve on 1942 Market Street in lower downtown Denver.
The property was the home of Lodo’s Bar and Grill and is situated right across away from Coors Field.
The 22,000-square-foot completed location comprises two buildings that have been subject to major improvements, including a 6,000 square-foot expansion.
The structures at 1941 Market Street and 1946 Market Street were renovated and expansion. The restaurant’s two-story structure and patio extension was built on an existing parking area to East of Market Street while a second-story roof addition was built from the facade that was originally built in the time of Market Street.
Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row is described as “American gastropub with award-winning food and drinks, exhilarating nightlife and a rock ‘n’ roll attitude inspired by Dierks himself.”
The Denver bar and restaurant serves drinks and food that are southern-inspired along with a top-of-the-line sound system with top-of-the-line components, as well as a stage for live music, an immersive LED screen of 65 feet and a huge outdoor patio complete with lawn games.
“I spend a lot of time in Colorado, so it was definitely the most fitting next spot for Whiskey Row,” Bentley said. Bentley. “The neighborhood is a great vibe for experiencing Denver whether you’re a local or a tourist, and I can’t wait until I get to be back out there and have a cold one in the Mile High City at my very own place.”
Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row has three locations in Arizona and one in Nashville’s historical Lower Broadway.
The announcement was made in November of this year the groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of Denver Derks Bentley’s Whiskey Row was held in February 2021. Participants at the groundbreaking ceremony include Bentley; Denver Mayor Michael Hancock; Tami Door, Downtown Denver Partnership president and CEO, as well as Kenneth Monfort, executive vice president of Monfort Companies.
The project’s directors added that a variety of modifications to design and structural elements were implemented in order to “preserve, enhance and perpetuate” the historic significance of the buildings.
There are nachos, other bar-style snacks such as sandwiches, burgers and burgers and main dishes like beer-can-chicken. In addition, the restaurant will launch brunch menu on New Year’s Day from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. including dishes like chicken, waffles, burritos and waffles. avocado toast.
Restaurant’s music facility
The night after New Year’s Eve the venue will be hosting live local performances seven days a week, as well as DJs from Thursday to Sunday.
The fans of Bentley will see nods to the singer’s name on the menu like a cocktail named Dierks’ Lemonade, and another named after the song that he penned “Somewhere On A Beach.”
With the financial support of Iconic Investments, Riot Hospitality Group and developer Monfort Companies overhauled the 22,000-square-foot space , and added a 6,000-square foot expansion with a two-story structure infill as well as a rooftop patio, and an expanded patio space in the parking lot that was previously to the east of the restaurant.
The stage for live music has an audio technology “using tour-grade components,” according to a press release. It also has “a 65-foot immersive LED wall and a large outdoor patio with lawn games.” Other members of the team responsible for development comprised Alpine Bank, Circle West Architects and Jaco General Contractor.